Zero Waste Shops in Europe Every minute, one million plastic bottles are sold.  Let that number sink in for a minute. Less than half that number are recycled. Yes Houston, we have a problem. Not just we have a problem, it’s also a problem for our environment, for our climate and not in the least:…

One day at The Green Market Berlin: A sustainability lovers and vegan paradise. It is rare to encounter a market or a place in general that combines all the elements to satisfy at the same time vegans, families, sustainability oriented-people, nature lovers, foodies, … Yet The Green Market Berlin accomplishes this perfectly! It is a…

25+ sustainable places to visit in Brussels Brussels: the capital of Flanders, the capital of Belgium, the capital of Europe. A cosmopolitan city, a place where one can meet the whole world. And definitely also a city in which sustainability is booming. Where smaller and larger initiatives are arising, led by very passionate people. We’ll…

Made in Europe: a reviving concept Europe says it wants to lead the fight against climate change, yet up to now most of our production is done in countries such as China and Bangladesh. Independentists wear t-shirts Made in Bangladesh, even Donald Trump’s caps were apparently Made in China. Another part of the story, we…

Sustainable Fashion in Barcelona: the shopping scene is transforming rapidly Barcelona has always been a city known for its fashion and design. Though mass produced goods have put a pressure on the fashion scene in the city over the last decades. But the good news: the city is reviving. Plenty of people and projects are…

5 do’s and don’ts to be a responsible traveller (and have more fun) Talking about sustainable travel or ecotourism, many assume it applies to backpacking trips in nature. Though of course, its principles count as well for citytrips or any travel in Europe. With Barcelona, Venice, Amsterdam, Madrid and others all experiencing a major problem…

Slow Fashion in Barcelona – the story of Baobab Company Barcelona Ethical fashion, sustainable clothes, slow or responsible fashion, they’re signs that appear more and more in Barcelona. But what do they mean, and who’s behind these innovative projects? We had an interview with Thomas from Baobab Company Barcelona, a pioneer when it comes to…

The most unique and charming green, eco hotels and hostels in Barcelona Barcelona is once again Europe most visited city in 2017. Not only does this bring a lot of pressure to local citizens, it also means that finding a nice hostel/hotel can be quite a burden. But no worries, we’ve made you a small…

5 sustainable reasons to visit Eixample in Barcelona Eixample might feel bombastic. It’s Barcelona’s largest district, consisting of various neighbourhoods, from Sant Antoni to Fort Pienc, Sagrada Familia and more. Initially, this urban development project which was created in order to meet the growing demand of housing in Barcelona was aimed to include ample green…